Shipdham close the gap
Phil BanyardLucas Fettes Norfolk League: Shipdham inflicted Winterton's first defeat of the season to close the gap on the Division One leaders.A second successive unbeaten century from Shipdham's Kevin Stagles (115no) was supported by Matthew Cross (62), before Matthew Milne (six for 49) bowled them to a 54-run victory.Phil Banyard
Shipdham inflicted Winterton's first defeat of the season to close the gap on the Division One leaders.
A second successive unbeaten century from Shipdham's Kevin Stagles (115no) was supported by Matthew Cross (62), before Matthew Milne (six for 49) bowled them to a 54-run victory.
Drayton's Michael Mario-Ghae brought his side back from the brink to record a 12-run win over old Catton at Postwick.
He scored 47no after his side were struggling at 45 for four and then claimed five for 22 to help Drayton successfully defend a small target.
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Belton's Steve Day scored 89 as his side beat Norwich Bystanders by seven wickets.
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Daniel Thorpe took five for 22 and Jonathan Block followed up with 53no as Kirkley & Lowestoft Railway A beat Felthorpe by eight wickets in Division Three.
Dave Tooley blasted a rapid 78 to help Bungay A to a three-wicket win over Great Melton B.
Martham took over at the top of Division Four after their 122-run derby triumph against Great Yarmouth A.
In Division Five, Colney beat Old Buckenham B by 28 runs.
David Whitworth hit an unbeaten 94 for Colney and although S Newbury replied with 59 for Bucks, their batting effort was unravelled by Graham Mills (five for 37).
North Elmham edged to a two-wicket win over Brisley in Division Six.
Iain Sinclair (four for nine) and Grant King (four for 28) helped dismiss Brisley cheaply and although Elmham struggled in reply, skipper Chris Palmer led them home with 50no.
An unbeaten second wicket partnership of 124 between 17-year-olds Josh Downes (58no) and Pascal Walker (50no) steered Hardingham A to a nine-wicket triumph over Ketteringham Hall A in Division Six. Steven Townshend had earlier taken three for 22 in the Ketteringham innings.
Acle B's H Butcher claimed four for 17 as Acle B steamrollered Old Catton B.
Great Melton C enjoyed a 108-run win at Old Buckenham C in Division Seven. Skipper Mally Howard made 45 for Melton, with Bucks' Paul Meredith taking four for 34. Leo DeSalis (three for 15) then helped bowl Melton to victory.
Gillingham piled on the runs in a 244-run success against Hingham A in Division Eight, with B Patrick (137) and J Aldridge (111) both firing centuries.
Reepham & Salle posted a club record total in their 118-run win against Hemsby A, with Joe Hollis (86) and Simon Harwood (53) the main contributors.
Nick Banham's outstanding figures of six for seven from nine overs set up Hardingham B's nine-wicket win against Martham A.
J McCann and C Clapton each took three wickets for Great Witchingham B before M Hale (37no) and H Tye (31no) led them to a nine-wicket win at Hales Colts.